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Author Topic: front & rear caps  (Read 5920 times)
Tin Lizzy
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« Reply #15 on: January 31, 2007, 12:53:53 PM »

There was only GST at the border. I believe as it is a product made in the US there is no duty. It was not overly heavy. I took my small boat trailer, put a sheet of plywood on it and strapped the cap to the deck. Travelled well and only had a bit of a wind problem between Banff and Calgary as it gets really windy there.

Tin Lizzy
1972 MC 7
Calgary, Alberta
captain ron

« Reply #16 on: January 31, 2007, 03:15:41 PM »

I have a friend in Murfreesboro that went out and got a front and rear cap for his eagle. Eddy Murphy's old tour bus. He put one in the bus and the other the riveted to the bus to get it home.
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« Reply #17 on: January 31, 2007, 05:16:50 PM »

Sorry this is not about caps.
Has anyone bought a dash from them? If so how do you like it?
I need one for my Eagle and their design is a little bit differant than Custom Intrument Panels.
I agree with what has been said regarding R and M. Great people to deal with. They make a great product, and it looks good. I bought the camera pod from them. I really like it. I used to live a couple of miles from them, I would not move from their location, great country. Shipping charges should not be a major concern when buying a quality product.

I was under the impression that CIP used R&M dashes.   Does CIP make their own dashes?   CIP uses proprietary gauges, which makes their dashes unique.  Not sure unique is good..but their dashes look nice.     

JR Lynch , Charlotte, NC
87 MC9, 6V92TA DDEC, HT748R ATEC

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